He seems able to say most of his consonants, but can't string them together in the right order, so 'Bagpuss' often comes out as 'sss-Ba-puh', 'slide' is 'dide-sss' and 'sausages' is 'doshges'. He did do a very accurate 'dinodaur' today which I was very impressed with.
Without doubt, his favourite (and most accurate) word is 'Daddeeeee!' said with a great deal of glee, and used to refer to anything exciting or as a question to ask where his father is. The 'd' sound occurs more than most (except 'b'), leading to confusing conversations like the one we had at lunch today...
Jacob: Dadder.Me: Ladder?Jacob: Daddeeee.Me: Daddy? Daddy's at work.Jacob (shaking his head): Doh-doh.Me: Dog?Jacob (angrily): Doh-doh!Me: Dorothy?Jacob (pointing at fridge): Doh-doh!Me: Yoghurt?Jacob: Dah-doh!Me: Magnet?Jacob (squeals and smiles): Dah-doh!Me: Yes lots of magnets. Well done.
My favourite of all his mispronunciations though has to be his word for 'apple'. He's perfectly capable of saying 'apple', but has started adding a 'b' sound to the start. We were wandering around Tesco the other day choosing fruit, and Jacob got very excited when we reached the apples. A lady almost peed her pants laughing as we walked up the aisle from the bananas towards the apples, and he said "nana-nana-nana-nana-BAPPLES!-BAPPLES!-BAPPLES!". I think it might be my favourite word in the whole world.